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  • Genre:BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
  • SubGenre:Personal Memoirs
  • Language:English
  • Pages:358
  • Paperback ISBN:9781737269304

Peace, Love, and Broken Hearts

Growing Up on Long Island in the 1960's and '70s

by Marianne Moroz Masopust

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Overview
"Peace, Love, and Broken Hearts" is an imagined reality told through a compilation of fictional and nonfictional characters. Set on Long Island in the 1960's and '70's, it follows the adventures of three kids from birth to adulthood. From a surprise first love story to a true tragedy that continues to resonate today, this book discusses the butterfly effect of our live's choices. The moving and revealing Epiloque takes the reader to an unforseen place, pulling evertything together in a way not anticipated, and giving the book a totally new read.
Description
Every decision we make, no matter how insignificant it seems, spills into consequences that forever affect our next decision. The three main characters from this book, known as "the Three Musketeers", did everything together as they grew up on Long Island in the 1960's and '70's. Then, something unexpected happened that would tilt the balance of the trio and move everything in a different direction. While they were negotiating these new boundaries, a devastating tragedy changed them forever. The moving and revelaing Epilogue takes the reader to an unforseen place, pulling everything together in a way not anticipated, and giving the book a totally new read. Whether you are a baby boomer or a millennial, had a great high school experience or couldn't wait to graduate, this book and its trio of lovable characters will resonate with you.
About the author
Marianne Moroz Masopust grew up in Westbury, Long Island, and obtained her bachelor's degree in psychology and women's studies from Hofstra University's New College. She received her master's degree in social work and a post-master's certificate as an addiction specialist from Adelphi University. Marianne worked for thirty years as a school social worker in the Locust Valley and Levittown school districts on Long Island. Now retired, Marianne lives in East Northport with her husband David. She and her husband enjoy traveling the United States in their truck camper, hiking, and exploring the country's national parks. Marianne is currently working on her second book, a collection of anecdotes and stories from her school social work career focusing on why our high school experiences remain with us forever.
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